Galaxy Dx98VHP Galaxy Dx 98 VHP DX-98VHP
Galaxy 10 Meter radio Dx98VHP. This is similar the Dx95 t but it has 8 MOSFET finals for 30% more power and Blue LED's with "Star Light" backlit blue writing. The New Galaxy Dx98VHP radios have dual echo, voice changer, variable talk back, variable power and side mic jack. In stock at GI Joe's Radio.
**This item has been on backorder awhile. They are due in our store around Oct 14th 2020. Order soon to get in line for one.
*Galaxy DX98VHP 10 Meter Radio
*Heat sink on bottom with 2 internal fans
*AM, SSB mobile
*Eight IRF520 MOSFET Finals
*Volume, Squelch, Mic Gain
*Variable RF Gain Control (cuts down close by signals to elimanate distortion)
*Variable RF power
*Dual Echo Controls on front panel with Echo on/off switch
*Voice Changer (VC) Changes pitch of voice via the rear echo control.
*Adjustable talk-back control
*Dual Clarifier Control
*Blue Frequency Counter and Channel Display LED's
* "Star Light" faceplate with backlit blue writing
*Mic jack on left side
Galaxy radio Dx98VHP 10 meter radio has AM/SSB, frequency counter, blue LED's, echo with talkback and 200 watts power. Galaxy Dx radio 98 VHP at GI Joe's Radio Electronics.
Galaxy radios, have a 2 year factor warranty. The new Galaxy Dx98VHP radio can be tuned to about 200 watts AM.
Cb Radio, 10 meter radio and amplifier hook up information
Galaxy Dx98VHP Large Image
Galaxy DX95t Owners Manual (pdf)
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